Energy Management and Sustainable Design

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Sustainable design, resource efficiency, and energy conservation are essential principles to reducing resource consumption, minimizing damage to the natural environment and designing a built environment that enhances and enriches our quality of life. The challenge is striking the balance between meeting our needs today and ensuring a sustainable environment for the future.

Employing innovative strategies and technologies to promote long-term cost savings
Wright-Pierce provides our clients with sustainable design principles that employ innovative strategies and technologies. Our solutions promote long-term cost savings, improve community amenities and relations, and restore the environment — the basic tenets of sustainability. Through an interactive design approach that involves our clients and contractors as integral members of the project team, we deliver solutions that strike the proper balance between “green” design goals and the other project constraints such as budget and schedule.

LEED Accredited Professionals
Wright-Pierce engineers, architects and LEED Accredited Professionals are knowledgeable with the U.S. Green Building Council’s sustainable design criteria. We emphasize life cycle cost optimization and efficiency while minimizing water, energy, materials use, and undesirable residuals generation. In addition to all the standard “green” design criteria that our building design team considers on all our projects, our engineers consider a range of innovative strategies to maximize resource efficiency.

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